A Practical Guide to Minimally Invasive Treatment
Men’s Aesthetics: A Practical Guide to Minimally Invasive Treatment
The first edition of Men’s Aesthetics: A Practical Guide to Minimally Invasive Treatment, edited by leading dermatologist Jeremy Brauer, is a comprehensive and exciting new entry into the fascinating discipline of minimally invasive treatments for men.
This book assembles a group of renowned experts from around the world to cover a range of topics in the field, including aesthetic preferences of men, anatomical changes in men as they age, as well as a variety of treatments and procedures from volumizing the face to the use of neuromodulators and fillers, chemical peels, lasers, lights and energy devices, skin tightening, and treating male pattern hair loss and hair restoration.
The thoughtful discussions on aesthetic concerns in men, men of color and transgender patients will be of particular interest for those interested in building, growing, and maintaining a well-rounded male aesthetic practice.
- 12 procedural chapters that cover a wide range of minimally invasive treatments for men
- Clinical pearls that impart best practice, allowing the reader to digest important facts and nuances of the procedures covered in the book
- Instructive, step-wise videos that detail targeted procedures
- 200 illustrations and clinical photos from thousands of procedures performed by the authors
This is an invaluable guide for practitioners interested in the spectrum of male aesthetic topics and will be helpful both to novices as well as seasoned veterans in the aesthetic medicine field.
1 The Male Aesthetic Patient: Preferences and Practice
2 Tincture of Time: Facial Aging and Anatomical Considerations
3 Taking a Hard Look: Soft Tissue Augmentation
4 High Brow Approach to Neuromodulators
5 Following the Pattern: Hair Restoration
6 Finding the Right Balance: Chemical Peels
7 The Tech Sector: Lasers, Light, and Energy Devices
8 Keg to Six Pack: Fat and Cellulite Treatments
9 Not too Tight: Skin Tightening Procedures
10 Aesthetic Concerns in Skin of Color Patients
11 Aesthetic Concerns in Transgender Patients
12 Bringing it All Home: Conclusions and Future Considerations